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The Civil Air Patrol, the civilian auxiliary of the Air Force, best known for its search and rescue and disaster relief efforts for the last 80 years, is holding a statewide training exercise. more
Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, says legislation she co-sponsored and helped pass, to combat discrimination against individuals with developmental disabilities, is now law. more
A spike in milk prices paid to farmers in the past year — after years of depressed payments — is allowing them to pay off debt from the lean times, and catch up on deferred maintenance and purchases. more
With the hunting season soon approaching, the Oneida Herkimer Chapter of SCOPE will host an informative meeting for gun owners and hunters on the new gun law which took effect on Sept. 1. … more
The National Federation of Independent Business, has announced that its New York political action committee has endorsed 77 candidates for New York State Assembly and Senate. more
The Oriskany Cemetery Association has received a grant of more than $72,000 from the New York State Division of Cemeteries to repair or remove monuments that are dilapidated or in disrepair … more
At a news conference at DiNitto Farms, on Benton Road, state Sen. Joseph A. Griffo, R-47, Rome, Marianne Buttenschon, D-119, Marcy, as well as some local farmers urged state Department of Labor … more
The state Farm Labor Wage Board voted 2 to 1 Tuesday to recommend to the Hochul administration that New York gradually reduce the overtime threshold for farm workers in New York from 60 hours … more
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the New York State Department of Health have updated recommendations for individuals exposed to COVID-19 who are unvaccinated. more
The average gas price in New York is down 12 cents from last week, averaging $4 per gallon, according to a report Tuesday by AAA.  more
Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-119, Marcy, has drafted a letter to Roberta Reardon, the state commissioner of labor, outlining her concerns regarding a proposed lower overtime threshold. more
With a 130-megawatt solar facility planned in the region, state Sen. Joseph Griffo, R-47, Rome, and Assemblyman Robert Smullen, R-118, Meco, expressed concerns with a new state law. more
The New York Power Authority and New York State Canal Corporation recently unveiled the latest installation in the state’s iconic lighting program, celebrating the historic Erie Canal. more
In response to the New York State Department of Health’s recent warning about an increase in opioid overdoses and the spike alert for Oneida County, the Center for Family Life and Recovery … more
Julie Garrett is a supervising examiner for the Monroe County Department of Human Services and manages a staff of twelve people who determine initial and ongoing eligibility for SNAP and Medicaid. more
As people prepared for the Ring of Fire on Sunday, an annual summer send off on Great Sacandaga Lake, officials and business owners say this season was much like any other. more
The New York State Law Enforcement Officers Union, Council 82 has endorsed Congresswoman Elise Stefanik for reelection. more
The 2023 Old Farmer’s Almanac, the newest edition of North America’s most trusted Almanac, is telling “A Tale of Two Winters" ... more
A new initiative aims to help with the North Country’s manufacturing workforce shortage. more
The jail on Judd Road in Whitestown is one of five county jails across the state that will “hold” 16- and 17-year-olds charged with serious offenses. more
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